A Hidden Enemy (Survivors, Book 2) by Erin Hunter

By Erin Hunter

The time has come for canine to rule the wild.

In the aftermath of the large Growl that destroyed their urban, Bella and the Leashed canines have eventually settled within the wooded area the place there's lots of fresh water and prey. yet a fierce Pack of untamed canine has laid declare to the land, and their menacing Alpha will cease at not anything to make sure that it truly is his alone.

Lucky has taught the Leashed canines a lot approximately survival seeing that they misplaced their longpaws, and so they refuse to backpedal. Bella hatches an complex plan to strength the enemy Pack away—a plan that facilities on Lucky's sly crafty and intelligence.

Though he nonetheless feels the pull of a Lone puppy lifestyles, fortunate concurs to aid, realizing that he can't go away his associates until eventually they're secure. Now, fortunate could be verified in additional methods than one—and his activities will threaten the survival of either Packs.

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Like its eighteenth-century ancestor, the modern Gothic novel situates its highly specific house in a vaguely familiar yet undefinable location and time. Actual place names are invoked for a touch of realism, but the reader soon discovers that geographic and temporal exactness is impossible to determine. Attempts to establish specific dates for the Dollanganger story only prove that the final chapter happens in the 1990s, clearly in the future for a novel written in the 1980s. Because the Gothic novel is ritualized, almost formulaic, its setting—both realistically evoked and oddly beyond space and time—must provide a narrow route between realism and fantasy.

Author Donald Westlake has been quoted as remarking, ‘‘A Gothic is a story about a girl who gets a house’’ (Pronzini 199). 18 V. C. Andrews HISTORY OF THE GENRE Literary historians generally agree that the first true Gothic novel was Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto (1764), which chronicles the persecution of the heroine, Isabella, by Prince Manfred and his son Conrad before the two men are finally killed and Isabella is united with Theodore, her true love. Because Walpole set his story in a mouldering medieval castle—encrusted with flying buttresses, crowned with towers, full of dark stairways and underground crypts and hidden doors—the genre that he popularized came to be described as Gothic in homage to the architectural style of the castle.

By now, most commentary on the Gothic novel accepts and builds on Sadleir’s divisions as representative of the ways in which the genre developed in the years immediately after Walpole and Reeve. The first fully developed female Gothic may well have been Ann Radcliffe’s Mysteries of Udolpho (1794), a long, complicated novel about a heroine whose encounters with evil force her finally to develop common sense and independence, two qualities initially alien to her. Radcliffe refined Walpole’s techniques and contributed to the genre the convention of entrapping readers by raising and sustaining for hundreds of pages the possibility of violence and unnatural occurrences.

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